Why Windows Xp
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  • 1. Why Windows XP?
  • 2. Performance Facts  Boot and Resume/Standby is 300-400% better than Windows 2000 on new machines (700Mhz and above).  Application start-up is 25-33% faster because of training/pre-fetching (after first use).  80% of laptops tested could resume in less than 5 seconds, and 70% around the 3 second range on first resume.  Five out of seven desktop systems investigated could also resume in 5 seconds or less.
  • 3. Top 8 Reasons for Moving to Windows XP Professional
  • 4. Application Support  Windows XP supports significantly more legacy applications than Windows NT or Windows 2000. This means organizations can deploy Windows XP across the enterprise faster, with less risk and more confidence.
  • 5. Business Reliability  Windows XP delivers increased stability, so you can work without worrying that data will be lost if the operating system crashes
  • 6. Advanced Performance  Windows XP manages system resources efficiently, to keep systems running as fast as possible even when you’re working with multiple programs. Faster start-up time and enhanced application performance also makes Windows XP faster than previous versions of Windows.
  • 7. Easier to use visual design  The new task-based visual design allows users to get to their most commonly used tasks quickly, thanks to a cleaner design and new visual clues. For the user this means easier navigation, extra productivity and time savings.
  • 8. Better Security  Encrypting File System provides protection by encrypting files with a randomly generated key Fast resume from Hibernation or Standby: Save battery power when you’re working on the road
  • 9. Improved Help and Support  Windows XP includes Remote Assistance, which allows an IT professional who is also running Windows XP to remotely control your computer to demonstrate a process or help solve a problem
  • 10. Low-risk  Deploy technology in the confidence that Windows XP is based upon the Windows 2000 code-base, which has a two year pedigree and proven reliability
  • 11. Windows 2000 Server Compatibility  Some features of Windows 2000 Server are only available if client computers are running Windows XP Professional  Active Directory Integration  Automatic Software upgrades  Remote OS installation
  • 12. Other Interesting Features  Adaptive User Environment  Integrated CD burning  Hot docking  Wireless networking support  System Restore  Windows Update